Experimental Hong Kong and Chinese short films in London this September 2015


One year after the Umbrella Movement, film curators at UK’s videoclub and Hong Kong’s Videotage explore social and political connections between Hong Kong, China and the UK in “Both Sides Now II”.

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6 award-winning South African artists to follow


Art Radar studies the recent winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Awards (SBYA) for Visual Art in South Africa, charting the shifts in their artistic practices over the past five years.

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“First Look” at the Asian Art Museum reveals a strategy of expansion


San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum unveils its growing contemporary art collection.

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Hollywood, violence and contemporary Vietnam: Dinh Q. Lê – artist profile


Art Radar explores the multifaceted practice of Dinh Q. Lê, one of the most influential and internationally recognised Vietnamese contemporary artists.

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The puppeteer: Wael Shawky’s ‘Cabaret Crusades’ at the Mathaf and MoMA PS1


Egyptian artist Wael Shawky opens up a dialogue on religion and history with two major exhibitions in the Arab and Western worlds, on view at Mathaf and MoMA PS1 this summer.

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LACMA’s ground-breaking “Islamic Art Now” – in pictures


LACMA’s first show of their contemporary Middle Eastern art collection charts the expanding perametres of Islamic art.

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Watchlist: Lian Ladia on 4 emerging Filipino artists & collectives


Art Radar asks the up-and-coming curator Lian Ladia to highlight 4 artists and collectives who are shaping the Filipino arts scene.

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